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Subscribe to the St Mary's, Eaton Bray feedTim Saiet is coming to Eaton Bray on 3rd October

Update: See our entry - Eaton Bray Evening Event - and explore the Philo Trust website to find out about the work of J John and Tim Saiet Tickets £3 includes light refreshment and music.

Contact Catherine Hayden to book your tickets now.

Tim SaietTim Saiet is a well known Christian communicator who works alongside J.John in the Philo Trust. Tim delivers the powerful messages of Jesus through illustrative illusions and exciting visual effects.

He is a former Royal Marine Commando and has spent time coaching all types of skiing and outdoor winter pursuits. He has worked in the Arctic Circle and has taught in many ski schools around the world. He has also worked as a life coach and has equipped and trained many different people in the Church, and in the corporate market, in how to apply the truths and message of the Christian faith into their lives.

Tim has spent a long time developing and utilising illusions to illustrate the message of the gospel in a powerful and memorable way.

It will be a fantastic evening - please put the date in your diary and tell your Christian friends in other churches.  In the meanwhile, take a look at Tim's blog.

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September 26, 2012, Catherine Hayden says:

The Tim Saiet event on 3rd October is coming nearer - don't forget to get your tickets! When I recently told a friend in another church about it, this is what he wrote

"If you could put together a Royal Marine with a member of the Magic Circle for 20 years who played some of the prestigious theatres and stages in America and then became an Anglican priest you might have an inkling of a combination of strengths that could make communicating Christian truth fascinating. Whatever happens it will not be dull, boring, and something you wished you had missed. On the contrary it could be one of those moments that will stand out in the year as being an introduction that hits the right spot, captivates the mind, makes you smile and laugh. It really could."

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